Elderly Services

The Salvation Army in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky offers programs that serve those of all ages. For older adults, these programs include the Booth Residence and the Community Care Ministries.

Booth Residence

Booth ResidenceThe Booth Residence is an assisted housing facility that provides safe and comfortable living conditions at moderate costs for senior citizens and those with physical handicaps or mobility impairments.

Named after our founder, William Booth, this facility is designed to provide safe and comfortable living conditions to seniors or those with impairments at a moderate cost. The building, which is primarily funded by HUD, has 150 apartments. In addition to daily activities and a community library offered to residents, meals are also available for residents.

The Booth Residence is located at 6000 Townevista Drive in Cincinnati. We're happy to answer any questions you have regarding the Booth Residence. Please call 513-242-4482 for more information.

Catherine Booth Residence

The Catherine Booth Residence is made up of two three-story buildings located in the beautiful 40-acre Center Hill Campus located in North College Hill.  Like the Booth Residence, the Catherine Booth Residence has one-bedroom and handicap aparments.

The Catherine Booth Residence is a non-smoking facility, which offers a safe environment with a variety of support services, including:

  • Service coordination
  • Health services
  • Transportation services
  • Education and employment opportunities
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Life enrichment
  • Socialization and recreation
  • Spiritual services

The Catherine Booth Residence is located at 6385 and 6387 Center Hill Ave.  The facility operates as a 4% low-income housing tax credit project with a HUD PRAC (similar to section 8) through the U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development.  For more information or to apply, please contact Theresa Childs at 513-242-4482.

Community Care Ministries

A Helping HandThe Community Care Ministries is a visitation program that connects Salvation Army officers and volunteers to those with special needs, physical impairments or the aging.

Year-round, officers and volunteers visit individuals in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky nursing homes, hospitals, assisted living buildings, private residences and correctional facilities. Special visitations are held during Christmas and Easter holidays to provide gifts along with physical and spiritual support.

For more information about the Community Care Ministries, or to volunteer your time to participate, please contact your local Salvation Army Community Center.

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